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Scarygirl

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Overall 7
7.0

Scarygirl review

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Ninja jumberjacks. Howling plant-life. Spider-beasts that spray radioactive neon diarrhea. Psychedelic onions that teach you kung-fu when eaten. Scarygirl has it all and much more. Each deliciously bizarre encounter adds to the charm found throughout this dark, fantastic storybook realm.
  • Pros: Freaky art style, Dodging glowing arachnid scat, Tentacle-punch!
  • Cons: Loosy-goosy combat, Old-school tough, Stupid, stupid dragon robot
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Scarygirl

Cheat Happens
30 April 2012
  • Excerpt: Scarygirl may be new to PC and consoles, but the platformer has a unique history all its own. The character started as the star of a graphic novel, created by Nathan Jurevicius. That graphic novel was then turned into a downloadable game exclusively for the PlayStation Portable. That game was then expanded and ported over to Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network for its current incarnation. How does the latest incarnation fare?
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Overall 8
8.0

Scarygirl

Square-Go
24 February 2012
  • Excerpt: I have never read any of Nathan Jurevicius’ acclaimed graphic-novel Scarygirl, nor have I purchased any of the “designer” toys, but after playing the recent 2.5D platformer I am sorely tempted to invest; not because the game is perfect, far from it, but simply because Scarygirl is just so eye-achingly gorgeous.
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Scarygirl Review

VideoGamer.com
21 February 2012
  • Excerpt: I won't have it said that Scarygirl is an ugly game. Trash its wonky physics, clumsy controls and dull-as-dirt platforming all you like, but if you deny that it's wonderfully whimsical slice of loveliness we're going to have to fight. The game exists in a surreal universe, based on the graphic novels and vinyl toys of Aussie designer Nathan Jurevicius. It's a fairytale by way of The Mighty Boosh, or mythic folklore as told by Tim Burton.
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Overall 7
6.5
Gameplay 6
6.0
Looks 8
7.5

Scarygirl (PS3) - Review

VGChartz
17 February 2012
  • Excerpt: A few years ago, I could have begun this review with a tirade about how platformers are a dying genre, but that is no longer even close to true. Indeed, thanks to the increasing prevalence of digital distribution, 2D platformers are perhaps more popular now than they have been since the days of the Super Nintendo. In such a saturated genre, a game has to do something to stand out, and unfortunately, Scarygirl does not.
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ScaryGirl

DarkStation
9 February 2012
  • Conclusion: What can be said that hasn’t been said already? Scarygirl really isn’t worth the $10. I expect that if you’re a loyal follower of the Scarygirl franchise and of Jurevicius, then you’ll probably get something out of it. Me? The entire time I spent playing through the game I wished I was playing something else. There is just no meat on this bone.
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Overall 6
6.0

Scarygirl Review

GamerNode
29 January 2012
  • Summary: While its lovable characters lighten the mood, its attempt to blend striking art with viable gameplay diminishes both
  • Pros: The art design breathes life into the game
  • Cons: Unpolished controls, Cumbersome level designs
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Overall 5
4.5

Scarygirl

The Gamers Temple
28 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Fair warning, everyone: Before I played through Scarygirl, the PSN's newest 2.5D platformer, I had not previously heard of the character. From what I understand, Scarygirl has been making the media rounds for a while now and I just somehow missed the boat on her. I guess I'm getting older. Anyway, Scarygirl has been around for a while now, so this game more or less comes with a built-in audience.
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Scarygirl PS3 Review

Neoseeker
27 January 2012
Overall 7
6.5

Scarygirl Review

GameZone
26 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Platformers are some of the most versatile and well-liked games around, and recent years have brought a wonderful resurgence amidst the slew of first-person shooters, one of the industry's biggest modern draws. Whether gamers choose an new oldie like Super Mario 3D Land or opt for a fresh pick like Super Meat Boy, there’s a lot out there to consume. So with Scarygirl entering such a crowded field, you can imagine how easy it would be to get lost or, worse, trampled on.
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